HemustBeMagic Posted April 23, 2013 Share Posted April 23, 2013 Quick question (and if when you could answer if you could say your logic behind it that would be appreciated). I'm a psych B.A. major and i have 1.5 years left in school. I have and will graduate with a B.A. in Psychology and a concentration in developmental psychology which will award me a certificate after graduation. I'm a little vary, even though I'll have a good amount of psych classes and good LoRs about the strength of my major so I was considering a minor in Political Science to beef up my application. OR I have a second option which is a second Concentration in Clinical Human Services. This will also allow me to graduate with honors from my Psych Major. So my question then becomes, which one is better and will look letter on my application, assuming my GPA and everything would be the same and my GRE scores would be the same (which they will; both sections in the low 90th percentile). EITHER: A B.A. in Psychology with a Developmental Psychology Concentration and a Political Science Minor A B.A. in Psychology with a Development Psychology Concentration & A Clinical Human Services Concentration with Psych Honors* My adviser says 'whichever you want will look nice' but I'm not sure which one. Advice? *I should note the honors track allows me PSYCH 498/499 (2 honors research 'classes' at my school), presenting at out Undergrad Research Symposium, and a second LOR from another lab mentor since my current lab mentor is at a different school and cannot be my sponsor. Should also note I intend to go into Clinical Psychology Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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